Leadership and Organization Management

Faculty

YANG Ling

Department of Leadership and Organization Management    Associate Professor

Phone:(86) (10) 62795964

E-mail:yangling@sem.tsinghua.edu.cn

Office:374 Weilun Building

Office Hours:Tues. 11:00-12:00

Educational Background

2006-2012 Ph.D. in Sociology, Stanford University

2003-2006 M.A. in Sociology, Tsinghua University

1999-2003 B.A. in Chinese language and literature, Tsinghua University, excellent graduate


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Work Experience

2019-present Associate Professor (not tenured), School of Economics and Management, Tsinghua University

2012-2019 Assistant Professor, School of Economics and Management, Tsinghua University


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Courses

PhD: Macro Management Theory (Organization Theory), Organizational Design and Change
Undergraduate: General Management

Supervision: Master and MBA thesis


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Research Areas

Academic Research: Organization theory, Innovation and entrepreneurship

Policy Research: Governance of digital economy, Economic sociology


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Publications

PUBLICATIONS

1. Yang, Ling., Xiaoyu Wang, Jin Chen. 2021. The institutional logics perspective in entrepreneurship research: Literature review and future agenda. Management Review (in Chinese), forthcoming.

2. *+Zhao, Eric Y., *+Ling Yang. 2021. Women hold up half the sky? Informal institutions, entrepreneurial decisions, and gender gap in venture performance. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, https://doi.org/10.1177/1042258720980705 *Corresponding author. +The two authors contribute equally. (Best Macro Paper, IACMR Wuhan Conference, 2018).

3. Luo, Xiaowei R., *Ling Yang, Xiaobin He. 2020. Can one stone kill two birds? Political relationship building and partner acquisition in new ventures. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 44(4): 817–841. *Corresponding author. (Covered by Harvard Business Review (online), https://hbr.org/2019/08/research-how-political-connections-help-and-hurt-chinese-startups)

4. Yang, Ling and Patricia H. Thornton. 2019. Entrepreneurship. In Oxford Bibliographies in Sociology. Ed. Lynette Spillman. New York: Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/OBO/9780199756384-0109

5. Yang, Ling and Xueguang Zhou. 2009. Transaction costs, social institutions, and the duration of interfirm contracts in China. In Work and Organizations in China. Ed. Lisa Keister. Research in the Sociology of Work, 19:71–106.

6. Yang, Ling. 2009. Book review: Political process and the development of black insurgency (1930-1970) by Doug McAdam. Sociological Studies (in Chinese), 1: 230241.


CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

1. Yang, Ling, Dean Xu, Jane Lu, Jinxing Qu. Family, state, and quasi-market: Institutional logics and the adoption of old-age insurance practice in Chinese privately owned enterprises. Presented at Academy of Management Annual Conference. Boston, USA. August 13th, 2019.

2. Yang, Ling, Dean Xu, Jane Lu, Jinxing Qu. Family, state, and quasi-market: Institutional logics and the adoption of old-age insurance practice in Chinese privately owned enterprises. Presented at AMJ Paper & Idea Development Workshop. Nanyang Business School, Singapore. March 15th, 2019.

3. Zhao, Eric Y. and Ling Yang. Women hold up half the sky? The enduring gender gap in the performance of privately owned Chinese ventures. Presented at INSEAD Doriot Entrepreneurship Conference. Fontainebleau, France. August 31th, 2018.

4. Zhao, Eric Y. and Ling Yang. Women hold up half the sky? The enduring gender gap in the performance of privately owned Chinese ventures. Presented at International Association for Chinese Management Research (IACMR) Conference. Wuhan, China. June, 2018. Best Macro Paper.

5. Yang, Ling, Jane Lu, Dean Xu, Jinxing Qu. Co-evolution of multiple institutional logics: The adoption of old-age insurance practice in Chinese private-owned enterprises. Presented at European Group for Organizational Studies Annual Conference. Copenhagen, Denmark. July 7th, 2017.

6. Zhao, Eric Y., Ling Yang, Jinxing Qu. Women hold up half the sky? The enduring gender gap in the performance of Chinese new ventures. Presented at Administrative Science Quarterly special session at Academy of Management Annual Conference. Atlanta, USA. August 6th, 2017.

7. Luo, Rose X., Ling Yang, Xiaobin He. Can one stone kill two birds: The effects of building political relationship on supply chain for new business ventures. Presented at Academy of Management Annual Conference. Atlanta, USA. August 8th, 2017.

8. Zhang, Y., Ling Yang, Jia Chen. Unpacking the black box: Internal ratings and firm-bank relations in an emerging economy. Presented at International Association for Chinese Management Research Conference (IACMR PDW #20B). Hangzhou, China. June 19th, 2016.

9. Yang, Ling. Institutional compatibility in contractual relations in China’s transitional economy. Presented at the Strategic Management Society Special Conference. Sydney, Australia. December 7th, 2014.

10. Yang, Ling. The politics of transnational labor certification in the Chinese export toy industry. Presented at the Academy of Management Annual Conference. Philadelphia, USA. August 5th, 2014.


      


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Industry Experience

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Academy of Management, International Association for Chinese Management Research


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Honors

GRANTS

1. 2020.12–2021.11 Principle Investigator. High-tech Firm Manipulation Strategies of Patents Performance in Government Fund Applications. Tsinghua University National Think Tank Research Fund (2020ZZBF0142). RMB100,000.

2. 2017.1–2019.12 Principle Investigator. Corporate Social Responsibility of Private-owned Enterprises during Market Transition. Tsinghua University Research Fund (20175080137). RMB300,000.

3. 2015.1–2017.12 Principle Investigator. The Impact of Institutional logics and Interfirm Mechanisms on Supplier-buyer Contractual Behavior. National Natural Science Foundation of China, Youth Program (71402080). RMB200,000. Evaluation Rank: Excellent.


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